Wednesday March 18, 2015 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM CDT
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The Kaleidoscope for Her at White Space 
2001 N. Lamar St.
Suite 500
Dallas, TX 75202

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Lunch & Learn Wednesdays 

Emily Sharma and Madison Roemer from Optimus Business Plans will be leading the discussion. Their topic is the basics of a business plan--what it is, why you need it, financial projections, main components, what information you have to gather to put one together, where to take a completed one, etc. 

There will also be a Q&A component where the ladies will address any questions entrepreneurs may have. 

Be our guest for your first Lunch & Learn with promo code "KNOWLEDGE"

We look forward to seeing you!

Emily Sharma

Emily is a Project Manager at Optimus Business Plans.  She has extensive experience in writing and editing in business, research, and academic spheres.  Emily has published original research and has edited research appearing in the Journal of Hospital Medicine.  She joined Optimus in February 2012 as a writer and has developed plans for companies in a wide variety of industries.  Emily serves on the Board of Directors for Northaven Co-Operative Preschool, for which she has also raised capital as a solicitations chairperson.  She graduated summa cum laude with bachelor’s degrees in real estate finance, Spanish, and French from Southern Methodist University.  She also holds a master’s degree from Columbia University.  She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa Society, Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honor Society, and Golden Key International Honour Society.

Madison Roemer

Madison is a Client Manager at Optimus Business Plans.  Her entrepreneurial and marketing background gives her the distinct ability to assist clients in developing a high quality business plan.  Madison’s position as Editor in Chief of a weekly campus publication helped to strengthen her attention to detail when writing and editing.  She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a bachelor’s degree in marketing.  As a student, she maintained numerous positions in her social sorority, Alpha Delta Pi, and her business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, as well as her position with The Odyssey and a social media internship with a national online women’s retailer.  As a public relations specialist for the EdVenture Partners collegiate Honda Marketing Challenge, Madison facilitated communications between on-campus publications and helped generate community awareness.